We have a number of foster carers already providing invaluable support to the work we do at Forest Dog Rescue. Here, you can read just some of the fabulous success stories.
Tucker - in Foster
Tucker is currently in foster, as he was so stressed in the kennels.
For more information about Tucker, and to see what staff, volunteers and his fosterer is saying,
Jenny - rehomed
Cassie - rehomed
New addition Cassie settling in perfectly, our Judy is being mummy dog to her... Thank you Mary, Shazza
and all at FDR xxx —
Vicky and Ton
Tilly - rehomed
Crossed Rainbow Bridge in March 2012
This pretty little lady had a few jealousy issues and suffered from severe arthritis. She was placed in a foster home to help her adjust to life with other dogs and people and she really found her true forever home. So much so, that her foster carer decided to keep her. Tilly flourished in her new home and whilst sadly she had to be put to sleep due to severe medical problems, she could not have hoped for a better place to be see out her elder years. A true character who will be sadly missed.
Angie - rehomed
Angie is a typical bouncy puppy! She will need further raining in her new home while she is still young. She is full of life and fun, but is also willing to please and loving. She gets on fine with other dogs and loves to play.
Angie has been moved to a foster home in the hope that she will then go on to find her forever home.
Ferdie - rehomed
Ferdie was rescued by a kind member of the public when they saw him being abused by youths. He was very nervous when he arrived at the kennels, however lots of reassurance and some TLC has showed him to be a loving dog that is willing to please.
Ferdie seems unfazed by other dogs, however he would probably rather be the only male dog in the house. He was struggling with kennel stress so Ferdie is now placed with a foster family who are bringing the best out of him and helping him adjust ready for a new forever home.
Baz - rehomed
Baz is a lively young boy who loves everyone. He has bags of energy so will need lots of regular exercise and someone to continue his training as he can be mischievous. He is responsive and will do anything for a treat! He is good off the lead and good with other dogs.
Baz is now in a foster home as he became very stressed in kennels.
Gino & Bruce - rehomed
These two beautiful Belgian Shepherds came into rescue separately but thanks to one of our foster carers they have now been successfully rehomed together.
Jack - rehomed
This handsome border collie came into rescue extremely nervous and did not take to life in kennels. He has now been placed with a foster family and is doing really well.